Carol Guzzi for NPR
Hundreds of President Trump supporters rallied in Washington, D.C., on Saturday for a day to dispel false claims that the presidential election was a sign of fraud.
A spontaneous celebration took place in the nation’s capital a week after Biden’s presidential victory, with a crowd, including Women for America First, right-wing activists and conspiracy theorists in the city’s downtown near the White House.
Members of the Pride Boy, by a white nationalist movement, designated as a hate group Southern Poverty Law Center, And Washington were also seen on the streets of Washington.
A rally and march was held to insist that Trump had rightly won a second term for the day’s planning. Runs through events Many names, Million MAGA March, March for Trump and Stop Steel DC.
By late Saturday evening, hundreds of people had gathered at Freedom Plaza near the White House.
The video showed the audience waving American and Trump 2020 flags. On Friday, the U.S. Even after the release of the new daily record, some people can be seen wearing masks 184,000 confirmed coronavirus cases.
At one point, the crowd was greeted by Trump himself, who had ridden former protesters in his mortuary after 10 a.m., Trump, who refused to accept Biden’s election, waved to supporters who signaled by reading “Best Press” and “Best Press.” Were given. Stop stealing. “
Ahead of Saturday’s events, police in Washington announced a road closure and a parking ban. The Supreme Court march was scheduled for 2 p.m., with counterprotests also planned.
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